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Andrew Gray is the 2nd generation of soft fruit farmers in his family who have been growing soft fruits for over 50 years.
Andrews farm also grows a variety of other crops such as potatoes, broccoli, barley and wheat. Andrew is always telling us about the wildlife spotted around the farm, in particular the bumblebees and ladybirds that are usually found around the Good Natured crops.
Oria Camacho SL is a family business located in the Huelva region of Lepe in the south west of Spain. This region has a privileged climate that facilitates the production of high quality berries.
Oria Camacho has been producing strawberries since 1982 and was one of the first grower to cultivate in table tops. Table tops have the advantage of making picking easier, as well as reduced weed and disease pressures and better control of nutrient supply, which in conjunction with a committed team allows Luis to produce top quality strawberries.
Alvaro Gatica Perez is one of our key Blueberry growers, based in de Region de Ñuble, Chile.
He has been growing Blueberries for 20 years and grows Cherries, Asparagus and Kiwi fruits!
He enjoys all of the produce he grows with his family.
Quality assurance and representation around the world
Maria Baptista, originally from Portugal, has worked in a Technical role for 20 years.ptista, originally from Portugal, has worked in a Technical role for 20 years.
After finishing her degree in Agriculture, Maria moved to the UK in 1990 and started working with berries. She then travelling around the world visiting berry suppliers, helping them improve their product quality and develop food safety standards at source.
When we asked Maria about her role, she said; “It’s a challenging role, but I love to travel and meet so many interesting people. Seeing the good results from changes I have implemented is so rewarding.”
Alicia Mostazo is the Procurement Manager for Spain, Portugal and Morocco, so has the fantastic job of travelling to meet lots of great berry growers.
Originally from Huelva, Alicia speaks Spanish, English and French. She has been in the Produce industry for 20 years. When asked about what she enjoys the most about her job she said; “To meet so many interesting people and learn from them.” She also enjoys the challenges of adapting to different terrains and environments.